Silas Hoadley "Time is Money" Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, mahogany case with half-round columns flanking the full-length door, the lower section marked "Time is Money," the center section with a mirror, and the top over the painted wood arabic numeral dial, topped by a stenciled splat and all on paw feet, wood thirty-hour "upside down" movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 38 in.
Mirror and lower glass replaced.
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